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Amendments
-TO THE-
Constitution
OF-
Minnesota
BY-
The Legislature
GeneralSession
1909.
St Paul, Minn May 1, 1910
Hon. Julius A. Schmahl, Secretary of
State
Sir: A required by Section 25 of the
Revised Lavrs as amended, I nave the
honor to furnish you herewith a state
ment of the purposes and effects of the
respective amendments proposed to the
Constitution of the State of Minnesota
by the Legislature of 1009 and which
are to be submitted to the electors in
aid state at the general election in
1910.
FIRST PROPOSED AMEND-
MENT.
The first proposed amendment is con
tained in Chapter 506 of the Lnws of
Minnesota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. this amendment it is
sought to authorize the payment by the
State from the State Road and Bridge
Fund of one-half of the cost of con
structing or improving any road or
bridge therein, and is an amendment
of Section 16 of Article 9 of the Con
stitution, \thich now reads as follows:
"Section 16 For the purpose of lend
ing aid" in the construction and im
provement of public highways and
bridges, there is hereby created a fund
to be kno wn as the 'state road and
bridge fund,' said fund shall include
all moneys accruing from the income
derived from investments in the In
ternal improvement land fund or that
may hereafter accrue to said fund, and
shall also include all funds accruing to
any state road and bridge fund, how
ever provided
"The legislature is authorized to add
to such fund, for the purpose of con
structing or improving roads and
bridges of this state, by providing in
its discretion, for an annual tax levy
upon the property of this state of not
to exceed in anv year one-fourth
of one mill on all the taxable property
within the state
PROVIDED, that no county shall re
ceive in any year more than three (3)
per cent or less than one-half of one
(1) per cent of the total fund thus
provided and expended during such
year, and provided further, that in no
case shall more than one-third of
the cost of constructing or improving
any road or bridge be paid by the state
from such fund" and to substitute
therefor the following
"Section 16. For the purpose of lend
ing aid in the construction and im
provement of public highways and
bridges, there is hereby created a fund,
to be known as the 'state road and
bridge fund,' said fund shall include
all moneys accruing from the income
derived from investments in the in
ternal improvement land fund, or that
may hereafter accrue to said fund, and
shall also include all funds accruing
to any state road and bridge fund,
however provided
"The legislature is authorized to add
to such fund, for the purpose of con
structing or improving roads and
bridges of this state, by providing, in
its discretion, for an annual tax levy
upon the property of this state of not
to exceed in any year one-fourth
of one mill on all the taxable property
within the state.
PROVIDED, that no county shall re
ceive in any year more than three (3)
per cent or less than one-half of
one (1) per cent of the total fund thus
provided and expended during such
year and provided, further, that in no
case shall more than one-half of
the cost of constructing or improving
any road or bridge be paid by the state
from such fund."
EFFEC T. Th present Constitution
authorises the payment by the State,
out of such fond so created of ONE
THIRD (1-3) of the cost of constructing
or improving any road or bridge there
in. If this amendment is adopted the
State could then pay ONE-HALF of
the cost of constructing any such road
or bridge, and the effect of the amend
ment Is thus to increase the amount
which the State may lawfully pay to
ward such purpose.
SECOND PROPOSED
AMENDMENT.
The second proposed amendment ts
contained In Chapter 507 of the Laws
of Minnesota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. By this amendment it Is
proposed to repeal the provisions of
Section 11 of Article IX of the Con
stitution, which section now reads as
follows:
"Section 11. There shall be published
by the treasurer, in at least one news-
paper printed at the seat of govern
ment, during the first "Vv^ek In Jan
uary of each year, and in the next
volume of the acts of the legislature,
detailed statements of all moneys
drawn from the treasury during the
preceding year, for what purposes and
to whom paid, and by what law au
thorized and also of all moneys re
ceived, and by what authority and
from whom."
EFFECT. The Constitution require"
the treasurer to publish yearly a de
tailed statement of the moneys drawn
from the treasury during the preced
ing year, giving the names of the per
sons to whom paid and the purposes
for which it was expended. I also re
quires a like statement of the names of
he persons, and the sources, as to
mo *T received, and in both cases a
statement of the law under whi ch pay
ments were made, or money paid Into
he treasury. Th effect of this
Amendment, if the same be adopted,
will be to repeal the section of the
Constitution mentioned and Insofar re
lieve the treasurer from such publica
tion. This change in the Constitution,
however, would not prevent the legisla
ture from hereafter directing by law
that such, or a different publication, of
he same or other information should
be made by the Treasurer.
THIRD PROPOSED AMEND-
MENT.
The third proposed amendment is
contained in Chapter 508 of the Laws
of Minnesota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. this amendment it is
proposed to add an entirely new sec
tion to Article IX of the Constitution,
to be known as Section 17, and which
shall read as follows:
"Section 17 The legislature may
provide for the payment, by the State
of Minnesota, of damages to growing
crops by hail and wind, or either, and
to provide a fund for that purpose, in
cluding the necessary expenses of giv
ing effect to this act may impose a
specific tax upon lands, the owners of
which, at their opt on, have listed the
same with county auditors for that
purpose, and no payment shall be made
of any such damages except from the
fund so pro\ided'
EFFEC T. The ettect of this Amend
ment, if adopted, will be to authorize
the State to become a trustee in the
collection and disbursement of a fund
for the payment of damages to grow
ing crops by hail or wind, or either.
This fund is to be created and main
tained by a specific tax i'-iposed by the
legislature upon the lands of such per
sons, ONLY, as shall \oluntarily list the
same vIth their respective county au
ditors for that purpose. Under it there
could be no tax for such purpose im
posed on the lands of any owner who
does not consent thereto. Th legisla
ture is also authorized to include in
such fund the necessary expenses of
administration of the law. The adop
tion of the amendment will authorize
the legislature to direct that the tax
ing machinery of the state be used to
levy and collect the tax necessary to
raise such fund and to provide for the
disbursement of same by the officers
of the State but any payments to be
made by the State, by reason of dam
age by hail or wind will have to be
made from such fund and from no
other. In the settlement of any such
damages the State would assume no
liability beyond the amount of such
fund, and could not further be ren
dered liable. A similar amendment
was offered at the general election of
1908, but not adopted. The amendment
then offered read as follows:
"Section 17 The legislature may
provide for the payment by the State
of Minnesota of damages to growing
crops by hail and md, or either, and
to provide a fund for that purpose may
impose a specific tax upon lands, the
owners of which, at their option, have
listed the same with county auditors
for that purpose, and no payment shall
be made of any such damages except
from the fund so provided"
The main difference between the
amendment now offered, and the one
last quoted, being that the legislature
is now to be authorized, in addition to
providing a fund for the purpose of
paying damages to growi ng crops by
hail and wind, or either, to further
provide an additional tax upon the
lands of the persons so listing the
same, to meet the necessary expenses
Incurred in the administration of the
law and thus relieve the State there
from. This last provision was not in
cluded in the amendment offered in
1908.
FOURTH PROPOSED
AMENDMENT.
The fourth proposed Amendment Is
contained in Chapter 509, General Laws
of Minnesota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. this amendment it Is
sought to repeal Section 23 of Article
IV of the Constitution, which section
now reads ns follows:
"Section 23 The legislature shall
provide by law for an enumeration of
the inhabitants of this State in the
year one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-five, and every tenth year there
after A their first session after each
enumeration so made, and also at their
first session after each enumeration
made by the authority of the United
States, the legislature shall have the
power to prescribe the bounds of con.
gressional senatorial and representa
tive districts, and to apportion anew
the senators and representatives among
the several districts according to the
provisions of section second of this
article."
and to substitute therefor the follow
ing:
"Section 23. The legislature shall
provide by law for enumeration of the
inhabitants of this State in the year
1915, and every ten (10) years there
after. At any session after any enu
meration of the inhabitants of thi3
state made pursuant to law and also
at any session after each enumeration
made by the authority of the United
States, the legislature shall have the
power to prescribe the bounds of con
gressional, senatorial and representa
tive districts, or any of the same, and
to apportion anew the senators and
representatives among the several dis
tricts according to the provisions of
section 2 of this article
EFFECT. Th effect of this Amend
ment will be to direct the legislature
to provide for a census of the Inhab
itants of the State in the year 1915,
and every tenth year thereafter, and
will also authorize the legislature to
change the boundaries of congressional,
senatorial and representative districts!
or of any one of such districts, and to
apportion anew the senators and rep
resentatives among the several dis*
tricts, at any session after any State or
Federal census. If adopted, the legi
THE PKENCBTON XJKION: THUBSDAY, OCTOBBB 20,1910.
a
lature might therefore, If it deems
best, change at any session the bound
aries of such districts and apportion
anew the senators and representatives
and thus redlstrlct the State every two
years.
FIFTH PROPOSED AMEND.
MENT.
The fifth proposed amendment la COB.
talned in Chapter 510t Laws of Bflnne*
sota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. By this amendment it la
sought to add an entirely new sectloa
to Article I of the Constitution, to be
known as Section 18, and whi ch shall
read as follows
"Section 18. To secure a sustained
yield of timber for the use of the peo
ple of this state, the proper officials
shall annually levy and collect a tax
of one-fifteenth of one mill on each
dollar of taxable property within this
state, the proceeds of which shall be
used for the purchase of land better
adapted for forestry purposes than for
agriculture for the state at not over
$3.00 per acre, and for the production
and maintenance thereon of forest ac
cording to forestry principles.
"Unexpended balances shall not lapse
but constitute a fund for forestry pur
poses
"The timber produced thereon shall
be sold at a fair valuation and the rev
enue therefrom or from other source
shall be paid into the state treasury,
except that one-quarter of the net rev
enue shall be paid to the towns, or if
unorganized, to the county, in which
the land is situated, in aid of public
schools and roads
"Should any tract acquired be found
better adapted for any other purpose
than the production of timber, it may
be sold and the proceeds used for ac
quiring or developing forestry land
"Until otherwise directed by the leg
islature, which may supplement these
provisions with necessary enactments,
the state forestry board shall draw and
disburse the money hereby provided
and purchase, manage and control the
lands and forests.
"No money shall be paid for any
tract until the attorney general shall
certify to the validity of the title
"It shall be competent for two su c
cessive regular legislatures, by a two
thirds vote of each house, to repeal any
of these provisions
EFFECT. This proposed amend
ment, and the proposed amendment
hereafter mentioned should be read to
gether. They constitute the founda
tion for a plan of State reforestation.
As the constitution stands today, while
the legislature might pass laws pro
viding funds to be used for the pur
chase of lands, and the cultivation of
the same for reforestration purposes,
yet it is not directed to do so. Th
effect then of this amendment is to
COMPEL the taxing officers of the state
to annually levy and collect a tax of
one-fifteenth of one mill on each dollar
of taxable property in the state, to be
used as the legislature shall direct, for
the purchase for the state of land
adapted to forestry purposes, but at a
price not to exceed 93 per acre. All
unexpired balances in the fund at the
end of each fiscal year shall not lapse,
but shall be carried oier into the fund
thus raised for the succeeding year and
shall be an addition thereto. It also
directs the sale, at a fair valuation, of
the timber produced on such land so
purchased, the payment of three
fourths of the money received there
from into the state treasury, and the
payment of the remaining one-fourth
to the town, if organized, or otherwise
to the county in which the land is sit
uated, and that the same shall there
be credited to the public school funds.
If after the land is purchased it is
found better adapted for any other pur
pose than the production of timber,
authority is contained in this amend
ment to sell it, but the proceeds must
be used for acquiring or developing
forestry land. Lntil the legislature
provides otherwise, all purchases shall
be under the direction of the State For
estry Board. The title to all lands
purchased must be approved by the
Attorney General before purchase is
made. It is further provided that two
successive regular legislatures shall
have power by a two-thirds vote of
each house to repeal any of the fore
going provisions. That is to say, If
after a trial, such plan for any reason
is found to be impracticable or unde
sirable, and it so appears to two suc
cessive legislatures, any or all of the
foregoing provisions of the amendment
ay be repealed. The legislature does
not now possess such power and the
same is a distinct change in the meth
ods heretofore in vogue in Minnesota,
in the making and revising of the Con
stitution. Heretofore an amendment
might only be made to the Constitution
or a provision-of that instrument elim
inated by direct vote of the electors.
Under this amendment, if it be adopt
ed, that power is not taken away and
also exists. But a new power, that of
repeal by the legislature, as to this
amendment, is created. Such power,
however, would extend to no other pro
vision of the Constitution and affords
an easy method of change in case of
necessity or advisability.
SIXTH PROPOSED AMEND-
MENT.
The sixth proposed amendment is
contained in Chapter 511, Laws of Min
nesota for the year 1909.
PURPOSE. this amendment it is
proposed to add an entirely new sec
tion to Article IX of the Constitution
to be known as Section 17a, and which
shall read as follows:
"Section 17a Laws may be enacted
exempting lands from taxation for the
purpose of encouraging and promoting
the planting, cultivation and protec
tion of useful forest trees thereon."
EFFECT. The effect of this amend
ment is to authorize the legislature to
enact laws exempting from taxation
lands of private persons to be used In
the planting, cultivation and protection
of useful forest trees thereon, and thus
supplement where the lands of such
private persons are devoted to refor
estration, the purposes contemplated as
to public lands by the fifth proposed
amendment. The authority so granted
Is part of a general plan for the refor
estration of land within the state. If
the legislature does not pass such laws,
such lands will not be exempt and the
power to repeal such a law when en
acted, remains with the legislature.
Power to pass a law to exempt such
lands from taxation the legislature
does not now possess, and It Is, there
fore, an additional grant of power.
*&*
fgp
Yours respectfully,
GEORGE T. SIMPSON,
i Attorney General.
St. Paul, May 1, 1910.
Mr. Julius A. Schmahl,
Secretary of State
Dear Sir:Referring to proposed Con
stitutional Amendment No. 2 would say
As state expert printer I have given the
publications Involved in this proposed
amendment special thought, and am of
opinion both these publications are en
tirely superfluous. The extensive annual
ftublication "in a daily newspaper pub
Ished at the capital city" attracts ab
solutely no attention. The annual re
port of the state treasurer is published
in book form, and to an extent that
makes it easy for every person special
concerned to secure a copy. To con
form strictly with the law as it is at
piesent, means the expenditure, under
reasonably favorable printing contracts,
of approximately $8,000, a sum which
can be used to excellent advantage un
der conditions which ordinarily sugge st
the greatest care and economy upon the
part of those under whose direction the
printing fund Is expended.
Tours respectfully,
J. T. MANNIX,
State Expert Printer
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(First Publication Oct. 6
Citation for Hearing on Petition for
Determination of Descent of Land.
Slate of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs
In Probate Court
In the matter of the estate of Jane E Kaliher,
decedent.
The state of Minnesota to the next of kin and
all persons interested in the determination of
thedescent of the real estate of said decedent
The petition of A Kaliher having been
Med in this court, representing that said
decedent died more thau five years prior to the
flung thereof, leaving certain real estate in
said petition described, and that no will oi
decedent has been proved nor administration
of her estate granted in this state, and praying
that the descent of said real estate be determ
ined by this court
Therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby
cited and required to show cause, if any you
have, before this court at the probate court
room in the court house in the village of
Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs, state of
Minnesota, on the 31st day of October, 1910, at
10 o'clock a why said petition should not
be granted
Witness the judge of said court and the seal
thereof, this 30th day of September, 1910
WM SANFORD,
(Court Seal) Probate Judge
(First Pub Oct 6)
Citation for Hearing on Final Account
and for Distribution.
ESTATE OF NAY-TOW-WE-GWON-ABE.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille Lacs.
In Probate Court
In the matter of the estate of Nav-tow
we-gwon-abe, decedent
The State of Minnesota to the next of kin and
all persons interested in the final account and
distribution of the estate of said decedent
The representative of the above named de
cedent, having filed in this court his final ac
count of the administration of the estate of
said decedent, together with his petition pray
ing for the adjustment and allowance of said
final account and for distribution of the resi
due of said estate to the persons thereunto en
titled,
Therefore, you, and each of you are hereby
cited and required to show cause, if any you
have, before this court at the probate court
rooms in the court house, in the village of
Princeton, in the county of Mille Lacs, State
of Minnesota, on the 31st day of October
1910, at 10 clock a why said petition
should not be granted
Witness the judge of said court and the seal
of said court, this 1st day of October 1910
WM. V. SANFORD,
(Court Seal) Probate Judge
FARGO,
Attorney for Petitioner
Ogema, Minnesota
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
State of Minnesota, County of Mille
Lacs.
District Court, Seventh Judicial
District.
In the matter of the dissolution of
the Foley-Bean Lumber Company, a
corporation.
On reading and filing the petition
of FoJey-Bean Lumber Company in
the above entitled matter, and on
motion of Clapp & Macartney,
attorneys for said petitioner, it is
hereby
Ordered, that said petition be heard
before the court at the court house in
Princeton in said county of Mille Lacs
on the 21st day of November, A. D.
1910, at five o'clock in the afternoon
of that day. It is hereby
Further ordered, that notice of said
hearing be given by publication of a
copy of this order in the Princeton
Union, a newspaper printed and pub
lished at Princeton in the county of
Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota,
for three successive weeks, once in
each week, and also by serving a copy
of said order upon each of the stock
holders in said corporation in the
same manner as a summons in a civil
action is required to be served, such
service to be made at least twenty
days before the date herein fixed for
the hearing of said petition.
Dated this 14th day of October,
1910.
By the Court:
M. D. TAYLOR, Judge.
First Pub Oct 13 19104t
Notice of Tax Sale of Unredeemed
Lands in Mille Lacs County, Minne
sota, Under Sections 936, 937 and
938, Revised Laws of 1905, as
Amended by Chapter 430, General
Laws 1907.
Pursuant to the provisions of sec
tions 936, 937 and 938 of Revised Laws
of 1905, as amended by Chapter 430,
General Laws 1907, notice is hereby
given that on Monday, the 14th dav of
November, 1910, at 10 o'clock in 'the
forenoon, at the office of the county
auditor in the county court house at
Princeton in Mille Lacs county, Min
nesota, all tracts or parcels of land
situate in Mille Lacs county, bid in
for the state, and not assigned to pur
chasers or redeemed within three
years from the date of the tax sale at
which said parcels were offered and so
bid in by the state, will be offered at
public sale, and will be sold to the
highest bidder therefor. No parcel
will be sold for a less sum than the
aggregate taxes, penalties, interests
and costs charged against it, unless
the cash value thereof fairly de
termined by the state auditor, shall be
less than such aggregate, provided,
however, that all parcels bid in for
the state, for the taxes of 1901 or
prior years, and not assigned to pur
chasers, or redeemed as aforesaid,
may be disposed of for one-half of
the total taxes as originally assessed.
Purchasers shall forthwith pay the
amount of their respective bids to the
county treasurer. Said sale will
begin at the time and place named
above and will continue from day to
day until every such tract or parcel
shall have been offered for sale,
under the provisions of said statutes.
The list of said real property subject
to said sale, and which will be so
offered for sale, unless previously re
deemed, is now on file in the office of
said county auditor, and of the state
auditor of said state.
Owners, or interested parties may
redeem their property by paying the
full amount due to the county treasur
er, at any time before sale, and within
sixty (60) days after proof of service
of the notice of expiration of redemp
tion has been filed with the county
auditor.
After the notice of expiration of re
demption has been served, as pro
vided in section 956, Revised Laws
1905, the governor is authorized to
issue a deed in the name of the state,
tohe person entitled thereto. (See
section 938 R. L.)
Dated at Princeton, Minnesota,
October 11th, 1910.
W. C. DOANE,
County Auditor, Mille Lacs County,
Minn.
Seal of County Auditor, Mille Lacs
County, Minn.
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Summons.
STATE OF MINNESOTA
County of Mille Lacs
District Court, Seventh Judicial District.
Herman Ziemer and August
Swanson, Plaintiffs,
vs
John Temple, John Temple
and William Mills, also all
other persons unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, interest or
lien in the real estate described in
the complaint herein, Defendants
The State of Minnesota, to the above named
defendants
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the plaintiffs in the
above entitled action, which complaint has
been filed in the office of the clerk of said dis
tnct court at the village of Princeton, county
of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of youunty answer to said complaintn
on the subscriber at his office in the village of
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twenty (20)X daytus0s aftefr serviceeof this summons
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action will apply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint together with plain
tiffs costs and disbursements herein
CHARLES KEITH,
Plaintiffs Attorney Princeton, Minn
Notice of Lis Pendens.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs
District Court. Seventh Judicial District
Herman Ziemer and August
Swanson, Plaintiffs
vs.
John Temple John Temple
and William Mills, also all
other persons unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, interest or
hen in the real estate described in
the complaint herein. Defendants
Notice is hereby given that an action has
been commenced in this court by the above
named plaintiffs against the above named de
fendants
That the object of said action is to determine
the adverse claim of the defendants and each
and all of them and the rights of the parties
respectively herein in and to the real estate
hereinafter described, and that the premises
affected by said action, situated the county
of Mille Lacs and state of Minnesota, are
described as follows The east half of the
northeast quarter of section twelve (12), and
the north half of the southeast quarter of
section one (1) all in township thirty-seven
(37). north of range twenty-six (26) west 4th
meridian CHARLES KEI TH
Plaintiffs Attorney,
Princeton Minn
iFirstPub Oct 20)
Summons.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs.
CHARLES KEITH
Plaintiffs' Attorney, Princeton, Minn.
Notice of Lis Pendens
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs,
District Court, Seventh Judicial
District.
Nellie Bishop and Charles Goran
son, Plaintiffs,
vs.
John C. Temple, John Temple, and
William M. Mills, also all other
persons unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, interest or lien
in the real estate described in the
complaint herein, Defendants.
Notice is hereby given that an
action has been commenced in this
court by the above named plaintiffs
against the above named defendants.
That the object of said action is to
determine the adverse claim of the
defendants and each and all of them,
and the rights of the parties respec
tively herein in and to the real
estate hereinafter described, and that
the premises affected by said action
situated in the county of Mille Lacs
and state of Minnesota are described
as follows: The east half of the
southeast quarter of section twelve
(12), and the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter of section one (1)
all in township thirty-seven (37),
north of range twenty-six (26), west
4th Meridian.
CHARLE S KEITH,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Princeton, Minn.
Application for Liquor License.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Mille Lacs,
Village of Princeton,
Notice is hereby given, that appli
cation has been made in writing to
the common council of said village of
Princeton and filed in my office, pray
ing for license to sell intoxicating
liquors for the term commencing on
the 19th day of December, 1910, and
terminating on the 18th day of
November, 1911, by the following
person, and at the following place, as
stated in said application, respec
tively, to-wit: Elvina Smith, in that
certain room located in that certain
brick building, being annexed onto
the east side of that certain brick
building known as the Riverside
hotel, situated on lots one (1) and
two (2), of block five (5), of the origi
nal townsite of the village of Prince
ton.
Said application will be heard and
determined by said common council
of the village of Princeton at the
recorder's office in the village hall
building in said village of Princeton,
in Mille Lacs county, and state of
Minnesota, on Monday, the 7th day
of November, 1910, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
of that day.
Witness my hand and seal of village
of Princeton this 18th day of October,
1910. A. N. LENERTZ,
(Corporate Seal] Village Recorder*
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of Mill Lacs, withi
a of such service,
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iveo aQ swe th said complaint
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District Court, Seventh Judicial
District.
Nellie Bishop and Charles Goran
son, Plaintiffs,
vs.
John C. Temple, John Temple, and
William M. Mills, also all other
persons unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, interest or lien
in the real estate described in the
complaint herein, Defendants.
The State of Minnesota, to the
above named defendants.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiffs in the above entitled action,
which complaint has been filed in the
office of the clerk of said district
court at the village of Princeton,
county of Mille Lacs and state of
Minnesota, and to serve a copy of
your answer to said complaint on
the subscriber at his office in the vil
lage of Princeton in the county of
Mille Lacs within twenty (20) days
after service of this summons upon
you exclusive of the day of such ser
vice, and if you fail to answer the
said complaint within the time afore
said the plaintiffs in this action will
apply to the court for the relief de
manded in said complaint together
with plaintiffs' costs and disburse
ments herein.
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Plaintiffs in this

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